COVID-19 deaths

The number of COVID-19 deaths per day reported in the U.S. dropped to its lowest point in more than a year on Sunday, with the country documenting 222 fatalities.  

The U.S. saw daily toll drop from 676 fatalities recorded on Saturday,  according to Johns Hopkins University statistics.  The data show the number of daily deaths reached its lowest point since early in the pandemic on March 23, 2020, when 192 deaths were documented. From The Hill

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